As news channels showed freight drivers caught at the port of Dover following France’s decision to close its borders to try and contain a new mutant strain of coronavirus, Britain’s Khalsa Aid, a Sikh community group, swept into action to provide the drivers with food.
I struggled with my identity because there was no guide for men like me. So I decided to tell my story to help others, writes Deep Singh.
“I feel fortunate to be able to express all these aspects of my identity, and will continue to work toward ensuring the same freedom for others.”
Not Understanding Impact Of Anti-knife Crime Legislation On Sikhs Shows Government Officials Lack Knowledge Of Sikh Way Of Life
In a welcome bid to tackle the menace of knife crime, government officials almost criminalised all Sikh families simply for possessing the large kirpan blade, required for religious purposes
The community is angry after a series of anti-terror raids.
Police are treating the incident as a hate crime.
400 people gather outside Tory conference in Birmingham angry at "heavy-handed" police treatment
Five properties were targeted in dawn searches.
Former Foreign Secretary Sir Geoffrey Howe wanted to protect £5bn India trade deal.
'I felt embarrassed that he would be left with a personal scar from his visit and a negative perception of our country'